Posts tagged anatomy & physiology
I love to share fascinating anatomy lessons with you

Perhaps you’re thinking of embarking on a yoga teacher training (YTT) course or you have questions about the Continuous Professional Development if you are a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT). Read on to find out about my recent Anatomy & Physiology Applied to Yoga CPD course with Dr Yogi at Central Wellness in Lincoln

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Ladies, take a different yoga practice whenever you need it.

I love leading my yoga sessions and I'm honoured that so many come along to play with me. The invitations I offer do not need to be followed if they don’t feel good for you today; the practice is yours and yours alone and only you know how your body feels right now.

 

I considered emailing this to my female subscribers only but I felt that would be doing an incredible dis-service to men. Why do we assume that they don’t want to understand their wives, girlfriends, daughters, mothers? We are all connected to one another in this beautiful life and there need be no shame.  Let’s celebrate who we are and what we are; perfectly imperfect humans living a perfectly imperfect life.

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Svadhyaya; will I ever be able to say this lovely niyama properly?

The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali explains svadhyaya is the study of scripture or spiritual books. My own personal understanding of this is that it is also the study of the self, for if the universe or Brahman exists in unity with our individual consciousness, Atman, understanding and learning more about ourself is a way in which we can discover more about life. It seems I’m making my own brain ache.

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